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FDA eyes adding sesame to allergen labels, but experts say legal path unclear

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While FDA signaled on Monday (Oct. 29) the first move to possibly consider mandating that sesame be listed on ingredient labels as an allergen, some experts say that making such a change would be tricky.


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